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You Need A Lot Of Recruiting Video

You Need A Lot Of Recruiting Video

You Need A Lot Of Recruiting Video 

Say Yes To Woods Recruiting

I’m sure by now you already know video is a required component. One of the many pieces of the recruiting puzzle which is confusing all in itself.

You’re going to need a lot of video. Video is the answer in helping you gain the attention of college coaches. 

Video is very important to your career. I think it’s critical to videotape all of your games. How else would they ever see improvement in your athletic ability without video? College coaches go by what they see and what is unseen counts for nothing! 

Video all your workouts to show work ethic and dedication. Video everything you do athletically. Obviously, you wouldn’t need to video yourself studying for the next major exam. 

Viewed by college coaches, video speaks loudly it’s the gateway to getting recruited for college. College coaches may not be able to see you play in person all the time, therefore video is most critical!

How badly do you want that scholarship? Obviously, that’s a ridiculous question because every student-athlete wants a scholarship in the worst way. 

The blood, sweat, tears, pain, frustration, and anxiety best describes the mountain you’re trying to climb of the athletic college recruiting process. It’s a struggle to get exposure in the eyes of college coaches. It has always been hard, challenging, and often very confusing.

What has changed so much about recruiting in recent decades is the enormous number of student-athletes participating in sports today.

It’s almost impossible for college coaches to see every single student-athlete play, there’s just too many competing for the precious few scholarships. What are you going to do to stand out?

There is no excuse for not having enough video. Upload to YouTube and share it! Uploaded to Hudl and share it! Whatever you do get to college coaches and let the chips fall where they may.

Please let me know what you think of this topic. Feel free to leave a comment below. Your comments are the oxygen I need to grow.


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